Hi there, since long time I always use hacks and complicate uses of
\setuppagenumbering[location=] and \startfrontmatter \stopfrontmatter in different places of my documents, which habe often sideeffects and make problems.
All this just for realizing a very simple rule: If the page is empty (no text), then it should be "totally empty", that is: No header, no footer, no pagenumber. But apart from this, do nothing – do not change effects of partnumerings (like \frontmatter does), or anything else.
That is all I need. Is that easy to realize without on/off-commands, which makes confusing in a large document?
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